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Farmers: Crops suffering from wet weather

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Though some creekside farms lost land wholesale during last week’s blast of rainfall, the entire region’s farmers are facing a slow-moving disaster themselves due to wet fields and crops. Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation District Manager Corey Nellis surveyed the entire Otsquago Creek watershed and found severe damage at two farms — both along Route 80, which follows the creek’s path. One lost several acres of corn and sustained damage to the farmhouse, the ...


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